- Pharmacology A gallon.
- a historical Roman measure for fluids, add up to about seven eighths of a U.S. gallon (3.3 liters).
- a historical Roman liquid measure, being six sextarii or one eighth of an amphora; also utilized as a weight measure during reign of Vespasian, being the weight of that level of water.
- A liquid measure containing around three quarts.
- A gallon, or four quarts.
- A measure of ability among the list of old Romans, the eighth part of the amphora.
- In drugstore, a gallon.
- a British imperial ability measure (liquid or dried out) add up to 4 quarts or 4.545 liters
Sentence for "congius"
- The new aediles discharged their functions…
Hypernym for "congius"
Variant for "congius"